Allergy Treatments in Arlington
Affiliation with Cure Allergy Clinic
We are proud to be in affiliation with our secondary medical office, Cure Allergy Clinic.If you are experiencing allergy, food allergy, or asthma symptoms, our in-house specialists can help you find the solutions you are looking for. Without proper treatment, it can lead to coughing, wheezing, and trouble with breathing or sleeping.
Treatment will depend on the severity of your symptoms and health history but may include advanced biologics, allergen immunotherapy, quick-relief inhalers, and lifestyle coaching.
Allergy treatment may be administered with the following at Cure Allergy Clinic:
- Allergy Shots – We use shots to help to build up your immunity. You can think of allergy shots like a vaccine that triggers your body’s immune response to fight allergies naturally. By lowering your sensitivity to allergens, shots often lead to lasting relief from symptoms even after you stop treatment.
- Sublingual Drops – Sublingual drops are a form of sublingual immunotherapy (SLIT) in which you place allergy drops under your tongue. We offer it as a program to either reintroduce food safely back into your diet or reduce the risk of anaphylaxis, a life-threatening condition. As soon as we identify the source of your allergies, we’ll prepare an allergy extract in a drop form.
Common Allergy Symptoms
If you’re frequently sneezing, itching, or coughing, you may be suffering from allergies or possible seasonal allergies. We can provide comprehensive Arlington allergy testing and treatment options.
Common symptoms of allergies include:
- Sinus issues
- Sore throat
- Shortness of breath,
- Asthma flares
Can I Develop Allergies As I Get Older?
It is possible that you may develop allergies as an adult that weren't present during your childhood. Environmental factors and weakening of your immune system could lead to adult-onset allergies. Contact Urgentology Care if you have questions regarding newly-discovered allergies.
Can Certain Allergies Be Life-Threatening?
Severe allergic reactions, such as anaphylaxis, could be potentially life-threatening. This type of allergic reaction is most commonly caused by certain foods, insect stings or medications.
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